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1- Brad had been drinking heavily before he walked down the middle of a residential street, late at night while wearing dark clothing.
1- Brad had been drinking heavily before he walked down the middle of a residential street, late at night while wearing dark clothing. Prudence, driving in her 1978 Pinto, did not see Brad in time to avoid hitting him and he was seriously injured. In this set of facts what legal principle will the court likely invoke?
a.The court will likely rule that Prudence owed no duty of care.
b.The court will likely rule that Prudence met the standard of care.
c.Brad was in the wrong for drinking and wearing dark clothing, amongst many wrongs, and the court will deny him any recovery because of ex turpi causa.d.Brad voluntarily assumed all of the risk of injury in these circumstances
.e.The court may invoke contributory negligence to split responsibility for Brad's injuries if it finds that Prudence was driving too fast.
2-The standard of care lessens after a person reaches 65 years of age.